Don’t listen to critics the Dolphins are not tanking in 2019

Since the Miami Dolphins traded quarterback Ryan Tannenhill to the Tennessee Titans I keep hearing people saying they are tanking the 2019 season in preparation for the 2020 draft. I’m here to tell you why they are not tanking and how the idea of tanking doesn’t work in the NFL. I even look into why if a team did want to tank why it would not work and why it would backfire on a franchise. Check it out on the latest episode and make sure to like and subscribe.

Don’t buy everything from the NFL Combine

We are in the heart of NFL Draft coverage with the 2019 NFL Draft Combine. I break down the biggest storyline behind Kyler Murray, D.K. Metcalf, and Montez Sweat. More importantly I talk about how we should not get caught in the hype around the combine numbers and why being a combine warrior doesn’t guarantee success in the NFL.

Cardinals taking quarterback first overall? Don’t be surprised

On a previous episode of Bold Strategy, I discussed why people shouldn’t be surprised if the Cardinals take Kyler Murray with the first overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. On this episode, I look at why the Arizona front office has dropped hints they are looking at a new quarterback and that last year’s first round pick Josh Rosen could be playing somewhere else in 2019.

It’s a bold strategy: why Cardinals could select a quarterback at number one

It’s a brand new segment on Rich Sports Talk called “Bold Strategy”. Here, we explore out of the box sports ideas that when you really think about it make a lot of sense. On our first episode we explore why it would make sense for the Arizona Cardinals to select a quarterback with the first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. We look at everything from Kilff Kingsbury saying he would select Murray first overall to why the Cardinals could also get a good trade package for Josh Rosen. It’s a bold strategy, but here are the reasons why it could happen.